41 Tricks Every Engineer Dad Should Know


If you think parenting is tough, these tips are just the thing for you. These amazing tricks and tips will make your parenting life a lot easier and even fun.

1. Transform the drawers into bookshelves so there are less books lying around on the floor.

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2. If you have twins, these rompers are the best way to let others (and yourself) tell the two apart.

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3. A baby lightweight stroller and scooter hybrid will make those afternoon trips more fun.

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4. This reusable babysitter info sheet will make things easier for you and the babysitter.

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5. Use this “Get Along” shirt to sort out sibling fights.

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6. These fun tops should ensure that your kids brush their teeth

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7. Use a simple stick-on hook to hang bibs from the back of a high-chair. This makes it easier to keep track of bibs.

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8. Use a lint roller to pick up stray glitter.

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9. Use the “Monster Spray” to get rid of any monsters under the bed and ensure your kids have a worry free sleep.

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10. Temporary tattoos with contact info can help you find your kids easily if they get lost during an outing.

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11. This mop style baby suit will let your baby help out in cleaning the house.

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12. For long road trips, use a shoe caddy to keep snacks and activities in place.

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13. A wad of tissue paper will help you teach your kids to hold a pencil properly.

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14. Reuse the things your kids have outgrown to teach them resourcefulness.

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15. An old DVD case can be turned into a Travelling Art Kit (another lesson of resourcefulness).

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16. Split a sticker in half and put it on the inside of your kids’ shoes to make sure they put them on the right way.

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17. Sprinkles can be used to turn boring foods into something fun and tasty.

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18. Use this simple arrangement to keep your kids’ day organized.

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19. By using the side flaps as grips, kids won’t spill juice by squeezing the box.

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20. Instead of nails, use heavy-duty cable ties to attach the baby gate to the banister.

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21. Use this trick to prevent your kids from falling out of the bed while they’re sleeping.

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22. Use a box fan to make a simple fort.

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23. The best way to remove a splinter.

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24. Tie a blanket around a table to make a hammock for your child and let them nap while you work.

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25. Use an empty bottle of lotion to make a faucet extender so the little ones can reach it easily.

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26. Make sure chores are completed using this trick.

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27. Insert an upside down crazy straw to keep your kids from pulling it out of the cup and spilling their drinks.

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28. Teach your kids this trick to make eating strawberries easier and fun.

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29. Use socks to keep the toilet seat warm for night-time use.

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30. Make it easier for your little ones to take their medicine by cutting a hole in the pacifier and attaching a dropper.

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31. Use cardboard to turn the stairs into a slide (use with caution).

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32. Make tooth fairy money so your kids aren’t sad about losing their teeth.

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33. This technique will keep your kids mess-free while enjoying popsicles on a hot day.

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34. A cool hat will keep your kids warm and be fun for them to wear.

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35. Give your baby a tear-free bath with this Baby Shower Cap.

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36. Use a laundry basket to keep bath toys in your baby’s reach.

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37. Microwave two meals instead of one using this simple trick.

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38. The correct way to arrange cheese in your child’s sandwich.

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39. Use a glitter/water bottle to make time-outs more effective. Fill the bottle with 3/4 water and add a bottle of glitter glue and fine glitter. Flip the bottle, and once the glitter settles the time-out is over.

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40. Use a part of a pool noodle to protect your child’s fingers from getting caught in the door.

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41. Turn chores into fun games.

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